Join us for an afternoon of journeying, remembrance through community and sound. The session will be led by Sekhem energy healer, sound meditation teacher and Reiki Master Jaha Browne.
Join us for an afternoon of journeying and remembrance through community and sound, led by Sekhem energy healer, sound meditation teacher and Reiki Master Jaha Browne.
In acknowledgement of and response to the heaviness of the themes of loss, dispossession, and ancestral trauma that take root in Kat Anderson’s Mark of Cane, in this session Jaha Browne wishes to create a space of healing, collective journeying, and release.
The first part of the session will take the form of a healing circle, where we will set our intentions for the rest of the session and share our reflections on Mark of Cane and the legacies it interrogates.
We will then enter an immersive sound meditation to rebalance the body and reconnect back to our own natural energetic rhythms, as we are bathed by the sounds and vibrations of the gong.
Jaha encourages all attendees to visit Kat Anderson’s Mark of Cane before attending the event, as we will be discussing and sharing our feelings and responses to the show in the first part of the event.
How to get there
181 Bow Road, London, E3 2SJ
020 8980 7774
Exclusions and safety measures
- We will be operating to a controlled capacity in our spaces, to maintain safe visitor numbers.
- Visitors are encouraged to book a visit through a free online booking system, though walk-in visitors will be welcomed.
- We will be supporting 2-metre social distancing on-site at all times.
- It is mandatory for all visitors to wear face coverings inside the exhibition, unless exempt.
- Hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance and exit to the site.
- A one-way signposted system is in place throughout the gallery and café.
- All staff on site will be wearing Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) including face coverings and/or visors.
- Seating and high touch surfaces will be routinely cleaned throughout the day.
- For more information, please read our full COVID-19 risk assessment for the Nunnery Gallery.
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